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Royal Canin Veterinary Early Renal Wet Dog Food 100g Pouches

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Product Information

Royal Canin Early Renal is precisely a formulated diet to support pets with early chronic kidney disease.

Early Renal Support
EPA + DHA
Antioxidant Complex

Pet Food Nutritional Information


Typical Composition

Poultry by-products**, chicken meat**, maize flour, wheat flour, pork by-products**, pork blood products**, powdered cellulose, corn starch mixture, dried beet pulp, crude lecithins, minerals, sunflower oil, fish oil, fructo-oligosaccharides, marigold extract (source of lutein). **Protein sources.


Feeding Instructions

Early Renal diet is recommended when the dog is diagnosed in CKD stage 1 or early stage 2 and non-proteinuric. Dogs may remain on Early Renal until creatinine elevates outside of reference ranges At this point, the dog should be switched to a Renal diet. It is recommended that a full health check be performed every 6 months.


Feeding/Dispensing Guide


Product Recommendation

• Early Chronic Kidney Disease without proteinuria (IRIS stage 1)


Product Not Recommended For

• Growth, gestation and lactation


Ingredients

Poultry by-products**, chicken meat**, maize flour, wheat flour, pork by-products**, pork blood products**, powdered cellulose, corn starch mixture, dried beet pulp, crude lecithins, minerals, sunflower oil, fish oil, fructo-oligosaccharides, marigold extract (source of lutein). **Protein sources. Additives (kg)*** Nutritional additives: Vitamin D3: 250 IU, Iron: 9 mg, Iodine: 0.34 mg, Copper: 2.7 mg, Manganese: 2.8 mg, Zinc: 28 mg - Technological additives: clinoptilolite of sedimentary origin: 0.4 g. ***Values reflect only levels added to the formula, not those naturally occurring in components of the diet.

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2 reviews
  • TC
    Tina C.
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    Dog Age Mature adult (7+ years old)
    Dog Breed Other/Mixed Breed
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    Kidney insufficiency

    Our 14yo thoroughly enjoys the pouches. We mix them with a recipe our vet suggested to slow the progession of her disease.

  • NL
    N L.
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    Low Protein Diet

    My poor dog (Maltese Terrier) suffers from a liver shunt and had to go on a low protein diet, I've tried other brands that actually made her more sick. Thank God the Royal Canin for my dog has been the best together with Denamarin supplement has helped her tremendously.

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Royal Canin: A Journey in Science-Based Pet Nutrition

Veterinarian Dr Jean Cathary had a passion for the health and wellbeing of animals, which led him to found Royal Canin in France in 1968. Dr Cathary had a vision for a pet food company that was truly grounded in science, with a deep understanding of the unique nutritional needs of different types of pets. He wanted to create a brand that would always maintain the highest level of respect for animals and their needs, while also pushing the boundaries of innovation to develop super premium nutrition that would truly satisfy the needs of pets of all types and sizes.

Royal Canin, founded with a passion for animal health and wellbeing, has grown into a global leader in pet health nutrition known for providing high quality products and services to pet owners. Despite changes in the pet food industry, Royal Canin has stayed true to its mission of offering tailored nutritional solutions for the specific health needs of cats and dogs through rigorous research and development resulting in a wide range of products designed to meet the unique needs of different breeds, life stages, and health conditions of pets. Whether it's a growing puppy or kitten, a senior, or a pet with special dietary needs, Royal Canin provides nourishment and support for pets to thrive.


Why Choose Royal Canin Veterinary Range

Choosing Royal Canin’s Veterinary Range for your pet is an excellent choice for pet owners who want to ensure their pet receives the best possible nutrition. These specialised diets are developed and recommended by veterinarians and are formulated to address specific health concerns such as obesity, kidney disease, and food sensitivities. They are also tailored to meet the unique nutritional needs of your pet, based on factors such as breed, age, and lifestyle. Additionally, Royal Canin Veterinary Range is constantly updated with the latest scientific research to provide the best possible nutrition for your pet. By choosing Royal Canin, you can trust that your pet is getting the nutrition they need to live a healthy and happy life.


Vet-Recommended Nutrition: The Benefits of Royal Canin Veterinary Diets

When it comes to the health and wellbeing of your pet, it's important to trust the advice of a veterinarian. Royal Canin Veterinary Diets are specially formulated to address specific health conditions and are recommended by veterinarians worldwide. These diets provide targeted nutrition to support your pet's recovery and maintain their overall health. Whether your pet is dealing with a chronic illness or recovering from surgery, Royal Canin Veterinary Diets can provide the necessary nutrients to support their recovery and improve their quality of life. Trust the recommendations of veterinarians and choose Royal Canin Veterinary Diets for your pet's nutritional needs.


Frequently Asked Questions

Canned, wet diets, once opened, need to be covered and refrigerated in a sealed plastic or ceramic container. If your pet doesn’t like cold food, try warming it to room temperature before feeding. (please note: if you use a microwave put the product in an appropriate microwave-safe container and always check temperature before feeding).

Once opened, wet food should be refrigerated and consumed within two days. If left out at room temperature, it should be discarded after two hours. 


Introducing your pet onto a new diet should done gradually over 5 - 7 days to avoid the possibility of digestive upset. We suggest:


    Mix 25% of your new diet with 75% of your pet’s previous diet for 2 or 3 days

    Then mix the two diets 50% and 50% for 2 or 3 days

    Then mix 75% of the new diet with 25% of the previous diet for 2 or 3 days

    You can now try feeding with 100% of the new diet.